Autism is a topic that we do talk about regularly here on Kori at Home as it’s a major part of our daily life. Because of that, when the A to Z challenge came up in April of 2015, I decided to join in with the topic of autism. It felt like a good fit since April also happens to be Autism Awareness Month, and so the series: Autism A to Z was born. While I was writing this series, I also realized that there were so many other things I wanted to cover with some letters. That’s why, I’ll also have additions to this page.
- A – 10 Myths About Autism
- B – B is for Behavior
- C – C is for Comorbitidy
- D – D is for Developmental Disability
- E – E is for Education
- F – F is for Free Resources for Families
- G – G is for Gluten Free
- H – H is for Habilitation
- I – I is for Intervention
- J – J is for How to Deal With Judgement
- K – K is for Kinesthetic
- L – L is for Language
- M – M is for Medicaid and Mental Health
- N – N is for New (Helping Individuals with Autism Deal with Change)
- O – O is for Overload (What Is Sensory Overload?)
- P – P is for PECS
- Q – Q is for Questions (What Questions Should Parents Ask)
- R – R is for Respite (How To Find Relief for Caregivers)
- S – S is for SSI (How To Obtain SSI For Your Child)
- T – T is for Types of Therapies Available for Autism
- U – U is for Acceptance and Understanding
- V – V is for Vaccines (Do Vaccines Cause Autism?)
- W – W is for Wandering (What To Do When They Wander)
- X – X is for Anxiety In Children With Autism
- Y – Y is for Young Adults (How To Handle Puberty in Autistic Kids)
- Z – Z is for How To Cope As A Special Needs Parent (when you feel like your life is a zoo)
So there you have: Autism A to Z – one mom’s attempt to explore autism.
If you are need of additional resources from Kori at Home, be sure to check out:
|Autism Resources and Inspiration||Free Printables for Autistic Children|
|Early Signs of Autism in Toddlers||Developing an Afterschool Program at Home|
Also, be sure to check out my Autism and Special Needs board on Pinterest for the best of the best from fellow bloggers:
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Kori, This is a great resource! I am sharing it today on Facebook. Thank you for putting your experiences and thoughts together for other parents as a resource and point of connection.
Thank you so much, Jaimi!
This is great Kori. I really like the How to Deal with Judgement post. I’m going to share it with my sister and also on Twitter.